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thiabendazole

 [thi″ah-ben´dah-zōl]

thiabendazole

/thi·a·ben·da·zole/ (thi″ah-ben´dah-zōl) a broad-spectrum anthelmintic used in the treatment of strongyloidiasis, trichinosis, and cutaneous or visceral larva migrans.

thiabendazole

(thī′ə-bĕn′də-zōl′)
n.
An anthelmintic and fungicide, C10H7N3S, used to treat parasitic worm infections in humans and domestic animals and to control fungal diseases in fruits and vegetables.

thiabendazole

[thī′əben′dəzōl]
an anthelmintic with antiinflammatory, antipyretic, and analgesic effects.
indications It can be prescribed in the treatment of a range of worm infestations, including hookworms, roundworms, and pinworms, and was the drug of choice for threadworms until recently. Other drugs have fewer adverse effects.
contraindications Erythema multiforme, Stevens-Johnson syndrome, or known hypersensitivity to this drug prohibits its use.
adverse effects Among the more serious adverse effects are anorexia, central nervous system effects, severe GI disturbances, dizziness, and hypotension. Approximately one third of people are incapacitated by this drug for several hours after administration.

thiabendazole

Tiabendazole, an ANTHELMINTIC drug used to get rid of worms such as Toxocara canis , Strongyloides stercoralis and Trichinella spiralis .

thiabendazole (thī´əben´dəzōl),

n an anthelmintic agent most effective against infection with the roundworm
Strongyloides. Its effectiveness in treating other roundworm infections is varied.

thiabendazole

a very safe and effective, broad-spectrum anthelmintic used widely in sheep. Also used extensively in horses in combination with piperazine. Poisoning with thiabendazole has been recorded but it is a very unusual occurrence requiring a massive overdose. It is capable of causing incoordination and collapse initially, and subsequently toxic nephrosis with terminal uremia.
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Strongyloides infections should be treated even in the absence of symptoms with ivermectin or thiabendazole.
Repeatability of sample preparation expressed as RSD was determined form a separate experiment: 6% for thiabendazole and 12% for imazalil.
Teratologic assessment of maleic hydrazide and daminozide and formulations of ethoxyquin, thiabendazole and naled in rats.
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Desjardens, reported that 90 percent or more of fusarium dry rot strains she had isolated from potato fields showed resistance to thiabendazole.
The third benzimidazole, thiabendazole (Mintezol), was not teratogenic in mice, rats, or rabbits at doses equal to the human dose, but birth defects were seen when it was suspended in olive oil, indicating that it may pose a danger when the patient has a fatty diet.
Amitrol, diquat, pyridate and thiabendazole are active substances for which the assessment has made it possible to conclude that they satisfy the safety requirements of the Directive, according to a 12 December Opinion issued by the Standing Committee on Plant Health, thus giving the go-ahead to the inclusion of these substances in Annex I of the Directive.
These include chlorpropham, a weedkiller, and the fungicide thiabendazole.
Miscellaneous medications: clofibrate, dichlorphenamide, fenfluramine, ketoconazole, methadone, methazolamide, norethindrone, thiabendazole
He found high levels of-imazalil and thiabendazole in the water and that these two chemicals were toxic toward aquatic organisms.
tetramazole enter feedlot Thiabendazole Disease Comments Coccidiosis May accompany heavy worm parasite load Salmonellosis Needs lab diagnosis for confirmation Pasteurellosis Can occur in (Pneumonia) summer as well as winter Enterotoxemia Often (Overeating) accompanies other diseases Contagious Ecthyma Can spread to man Polioencephalamocia Not due to thi- amine defic- iency in ration but to improp- er assimila- tion Listeriosis No vaccine available Pinkeye Occurs in (Follicular sheep of conjectivitis) all ages Urinary calculi Usually associated with cold weather Parasitism Worm